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Any Warrant officers in here?

Discussion in 'US Army Forum' started by hrivera007, Aug 21, 2008.

  1. hrivera007

    hrivera007

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    Hi, am a newly commisioned warrant officer. I am going through my WOBC training as an Armament Tech (913A) here in Aberdeen Proving Grounds.
    Just wondering if there any fellow Warrants here at Glocktalk?
     
  2. 60Pilot

    60Pilot

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    I'm a 153D UH-60 Pilot. I'm currently stationed in Korea as a MEDEVAC pilot.
     


  3. hrivera007

    hrivera007

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    Welcome all:wavey.

    Avenger, 251A is signal, right?
     
  4. Avenger069

    Avenger069 Signal Warrant

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    Yes. 251A is an Information System Technician. I do network security working on a Computer Network Defense Team (CNDT) for the Michigan National Guard.
     
  5. hrivera007

    hrivera007

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    Cool. Nice to meet you.
     
  6. alreadydead

    alreadydead

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    CW3, I quit a long time ago, I too was a Dustoff pilot.
     
  7. 60Pilot

    60Pilot

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    Where did you fly DUSTOFF?
     
  8. Currently workig on my packet for Mobility Warrant Officer. A lot of work involved getting things in order.
     
  9. hrivera007

    hrivera007

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    Congratulations. Make sure when you go to WOCS have a hard copy and put it on digits of everything. Especially your security clearance and physical. Also have your clothing stenciled and marked before you get there.
    I saw a lot of people stressing about that when they got to WOCS. Keep up on your PT.

    The trick to surviving WOCS is to work as a team and avoid extra unnecessary stress by getting in trouble. Read the SOP, especially Tac alley procedures and the greeting of the day.

    Yes, its a lot of work getting your packet done. But its all well worth it.

    Good luck!
     
  10. CPT_CRUNCH

    CPT_CRUNCH P.O.W.

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    Detroit... HOOAH!!!
    Signal... HOOAH!!!
     
  11. AirCav

    AirCav Out Front! CLM

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  12. acorn42047

    acorn42047

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    I just submitted my packet (153A) in Oct. Didn't get selected first go around. Hopefully the second time is the charm.

    My best advice on the packet is just keep plugging away at it. Don't rush anything just to make the next board. The hardest part for me was the security clearance, plus I am currently deployed. I'm profis (temporary fill) and had to go through my home station security officer which was a PITA. Don't get discouraged if you don't get picked up the first time around.
     
  13. combatcraig

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    155E RC12N pilot (used to be 152DG-OH58D maintenance test pilot) at Hunter Army Airfield.
     
  14. Thanks for the advice. My security clearance is good to go. Next thing is raising my GT score which is curently a 105. But I am taking my time with the packet making sure everything is squared away.
     
  15. autorotate

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    Stand at attention when I quote you. Seaman.